Wednesday Reviews – Week of March 12 Hawkeye #17 Written by Matt Fraction Art by Chris Eliopoulos Published by Marvel There isn’t a nice thing that can be said about this book that hasn’t already been said before. Currently one of, if not the, most loved book Marvel is currently publishing, Hawkeye has been thoroughly engaging since it first began, with wonderful, exciting writing from Matt Fraction and amazing art from the rotating team of David Aja and Annie Wu, who have… Read More »
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Wednesday Reviews – Week of March 5 Moon Knight #1 Written by Warren Ellis Art by Declan Shalvey Published by Marvel Warren Ellis has a real flare for relaunches, which he first proved in spades back in 1996 when he took over Stormwatch, which would become the ground-breaking The Authority and most recently in 2007 when he recreated the Thunderbolts, one of the strongest pillars of Marvel’s 10 year (or so) odyssey into the darkness of their superheroes. With the success he has had in… Read More »
Wednesday Reviews – Week of February 26 Cataclysm: The Ultimates’ Last Stand #5 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Mark Bagley Published by Marvel Finally, Age of Ultron is behind us. The biggest piece of fallout from this story was the voyage of the purple, planet-eater Galactus to Marvel’s Ultimate universe and now, we have the conclusion to the story. Bendis is THE Ultimate writer. He has written damn near every word of Ultimate Spider-Man, on top of being… Read More »
Welcome to a new day for Four Colors and the start of the new PODCAST! Very excited as FC dives further into the digital age and could not have a better topic/person for the first episode. Today, I’m talking to Chip Mosher, VP Communications & Marketing for ComiXology, the “iTunes Store of digital comics.” Chip gave a great interview and shed some more light on the growing presence of digital in the life and times of comic books. So, without… Read More »
Oh man. Another Comic-Con for the books. Had an absolute blast, defintely the best Con experience I have had so far. Got to meet so many people, had the equipment to real-time a lot of the event, had some stellar interviews and an overall amazing time. Already, I cannot wait for next year. Here are the final pieces of my Comic-Con experience: Interviews with the casts of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the Adult Swim insanity known as The Heart, She… Read More »
Currently on the road. Want to check in. The Internet has lit on fire with post-Comic-Con analysis and discussion. From the big (Superman/Batman, Avengers 2: Age of Ultron) to the small ( :01 Books released a preview of Boxers and Saints by Gene Luen Yang). I will have video and pictures tomorrow, so make sure to check in for the final report from San Diego Comic-Con 2013.